Raven Row

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Raven Row is a non-profit contemporary art exhibition centre in Spitalfields that is open free to the public, Wednesdays to Sundays. It has been constructed within eighteenth century domestic rooms, onto which 6a Architects have added two contemporary galleries, and it stands on the part of Artillery Lane that was known until 1895 as Raven Row.

Venue Type:

Gallery

Opening hours

Wednesday to Sunday
11am–6pm

Admission charges

Admission free

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
Michael Dean

Speaking Parts

  • 15 — 24 May 2015

Speaking Parts, a week-long exhibition framed by two weekends of performance, brings together artists who weave text and language – from poetic prose to the spoken word and scored voice – into the fabric of sculpture, film, painting and performance.
 
The works in the exhibition are for the most part ephemeral and portable, and depend on the input of the artist, collaborators and/or audience to be fully realised. Each piece has its own temporality, from one-off performance to intermittent activation. 
 
During Speaking Parts, Raven Row will host Bob Cobbiiiiiiiiing Live, an evening celebrating the work of the great British concrete poet Bob Cobbing (1920-2002), with performances by Brian Catling, Beth Collar, Hannah Silva and David Toop, among others.
 
Artists in Speaking Parts are Brian Catling (b. 1948, UK), Michael Dean (b. 1977, UK), Natalie Häusler (b. 1983, Germany), Ewa Partum (b. 1945, Poland), Heather Phillipson (b. 1978, UK), Agnieszka Polska (b. 1985, Poland) and Giorgio Sadotti (b. 1955, UK). 
 
Curated by Amy Budd, writer and Exhibitions Organiser, Raven Row.
 
 
Performance Programme: 
 
Friday 15 May, 6.30pm:  
Ewa Partum, Natalie Häusler, Giorgio Sadotti
 
Wednesday 20 May, 6.30pm:  
Bob Cobbiiiiiiiiing Live with Brian Catling, Beth Collar, Hannah Silva, David Toop, and others
 
Saturday 23 May, 6.30pm:
Agnieszka Polska and David Bernstein, Brian Catling, Michael Dean, Giorgio Sadotti
 
 
Admission is free, however booking for the performances is essential as space is limited. Booking details will be available from the Raven Row website from Tuesday 5 May 2015. 

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Free

Raven Row
56 Artillery Lane
London
Greater London
E1 7LS
England

Website

www.ravenrow.org/

E-mail

info@ravenrow.org

Telephone

020 7377 4300

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